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The Making of ‘Adobe and the Frog’

Film Riot and Adobe have a slick little web ad for the new Creative Cloud NAB 2014 reveal. It was edited in Premiere CC, with the CG character rendered in After Effects CC using Element 3D, and color graded using Magic Bullet Looks.

Here's Adobe and the Frog and Adobe and the Frog BTS! (more coming in later episodes).

 

For more an earlier overview of the Film Riot setup on this project, see Gear for a Pro Shoot!

There's background on Film Riot in Expert filmmaker builds online community. And from Adobe:

 

And here's credits…

ADOBE AND THE FROG:

Produced by Triune Films in collaboration with Adobe Systems.

Shot, Directed and Edited by:
Ryan Connolly: https://twitter.com/ryan_connolly

Written by:
Seth Worley & Ryan Connolly

VFX by:
Michael Stark – https://twitter.com/mstarktv
Seth Worley – https://twitter.com/Awakeland3D
Bryan James – https://twitter.com/BryanLJames
Tim Allen – https://twitter.com/timmy_allen

Music by:
Ben Worley – https://twitter.com/subtumble

Cast:
Josh Connolly – (The Editor): https://twitter.com/Josh_connolly
Chase Austin – (Premiere): https://twitter.com/ItsChaseAustin
Catherine Graass – (After Effects): https://twitter.com/cgraass
Chuck Kourouklis – (The Frog)

Shot on the Canon C500 with Canon Cinema zoom lenses. Recorded RAW to ODYSSEY 7Q. Rental house: http://www.lensprotogo.com


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It was edited in Premiere CC, with the CG character rendered in After Effects CC using Element 3D, and color graded using Magic Bullet Looks.